Psychoanalytic Family Therapy

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Psychoanalytic Family Therapy

READ: Gurman, Lebow & Snyder (2015): Social Constructionist Approaches: Chapters 10 Narrative Couple Therapy and Chapter 11 Solution-Focused Couple Therapy.

READ: Nichols (2017): Psychoanalytic Family Therapy

Week 6 Discussion #1 Pick one of the two approaches and prepare a summary report with the following using your text as a reference with your work:

1. What approach did you select and what is the background and overview of the approach?

2. What is the structure of the therapy process? List the key principles of the approach.

3. How does this approach work with a healthy/well-functioning versus dysfunctional couple relationship?

4. What is the role of the therapist with this approach?

5. How is assessment and treatment planning completed with this approach?

6. How is goal setting handled with this approach?

7. What interventions (techniques, strategies for modifying behavior, mechanisms of change) are specific to this approach? List at least 3 if possible and how you might use one of them in application.

8. What is one take away or insight you gained learning about this approach & what would make you recommend it to others?

Psychoanalytic Family Therapy

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Conflict about money, sex, children and extended families.

READ: Gurman, Lebow & Snyder (2015): Systemic Approaches: Chapters 12 Brief Strategic Couple Therapy and Chapter 13 Structural Couple Therapy.

READ: Nichols (2017): Bowen Family Systems Therapy

Week 7 Discussion #1 Pick one of the two approaches and prepare a summary report with the following using your text as a reference with your work:

1. What approach did you select and what is the background and overview of the approach?

2. What is the structure of the therapy process? List the key principles of the approach.

3. How does this approach work with a healthy/well-functioning versus dysfunctional couple relationship?

4. What is the role of the therapist with this approach?

5. How is assessment and treatment planning completed with this approach?

6. How is goal setting handled with this approach?

7. What interventions (techniques, strategies for modifying behavior, mechanisms of change) are specific to this approach? List at least 3 if possible and how you might use one of them in application.

8. What is one take away or insight you gained learning about this approach & what would make you recommend it to others?

READ: Gurman, Lebow & Snyder (2015): Rupture of Relational Bonds: Violence, Affairs, and Divorce: Chapters 14 Couple Therapy for Partner Aggression, Chapter 15 Couple Therapy and Treatment of Affairs, and Chapter 16 Separation and Divorce Issues in Couple Therapy.

READ: Nichols (2017): Family Therapy in the Twenty-First Century

Week 8 Discussion #1 Pick one chapter that interests you the most and prepare a summary report with the following using your text as a reference with your work:

1. What is the background and overview of the approach?

2. What are risk factors involved?

3. What is the structure of the therapy process? List the key principles of the approach.

4. How does this approach work with a healthy/well-functioning versus dysfunctional couple relationship?

5. What is the role of the therapist with this approach?

6. What are the ethical considerations for this population?

7. How is assessment and treatment planning completed?

8. How is goal setting handled with this approach?

9. What interventions (techniques, strategies for modifying behavior, mechanisms of change) are specific to this approach?

10. List at least 3 if possible and how you might use one of them in application.What is one take away or insight you gained learning about this approach & what would make you recommend it to others?

Three Reasons to Leave: Abuse, Addiction, and Affairs December 5, 2013 • Contributed by Jeremy Frank, PhD, CAC, Drug and Alcohol Addiction Topic Expert Contributor

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/three-reasons-to-leave-abuse-addiction-affairs-1205134